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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Greenfield Public Library Speaker Series --- Service Dogs & Invisible Disabilities

#35 --- Recorded January 2, 2019

Smith College alumni Sarah Meikle (far left), founder and executive director of Diggity Dogs Service Dogs, talks about "Redefining the Role of the Human-Canine Relationship".

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Greenfield Town Council Meeting --- January 16, 2019

Last night, after more than an hour of public comment on issues like a new library and a plastic bag ban, councilors heard about cost savings from Greenfield Energy & Sustainability Manager Carole Collins, listened to reports from other town officials and employees, and discussed various appropriations.

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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- January 16, 2019

#112

Bobby C talks about Greenfield High School's Samantha Smith, the latest local girl to score 1,000 points in basketball, 100 point hockey scorer Doug Hanieski, also from GHS, and lots of other stats and information.

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Democracy Here --- Episode 12

Recorded August 2018

Randy Kehler & Maryelen Calderwood share and discuss a video statement by Daniel Ellsberg (pictured), about his recent book The Doomsday Machine, and its relevance to today's political scene.

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Local Bias with Don Campbell

#178 --- Recorded October 29, 2018

This episode features a discussion about the environment, in terms of the net productive capacity of our planet.

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Greenfield School Committee Meeting --- January 9, 2019

Last night, committee members discussed the Greenfield High School Spanish Class trip to Puerto Rico and a capital improvement plan.

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Democracy Here --- Episode 11

Recorded August 2018

Randy Kehler & Maryelen Calderwood share and discuss a video statement by Gar Alperovitz (pictured), about his work on the history of the decision to use nuclear weapons against Japan, and its relevance to today's political scene.

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Greening Greenfield Presents: Trial of the Century

Recorded October 29, 2018

This panel discussion relates to the trial of Juliana v. United States, in which 21 young people have sued the federal government for environmental policies that they allege endanger their constitutional right to a healthy future.

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